A summer villa with guest house suited to families and friends, with private beach access
Villa Petalida 1 is positioned on a tranquil and relatively secluded peninsula in the south of the island. Antiparos lies at the very centre of the Cyclades archipelago which comprises some 30 islands south of Athens, Greece. The peninsula has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and is known for its simplicity, isolated beaches, safety and for being understated. As an international destination, it is extremely popular as a discrete family retreat.
Set within its own grounds and beautifully designed gardens, Petalida is completely private and an ideal place to unwind, relax and enjoy nature with family and friends.
Built in 2007, the villa was designed as a complex of two separate, low-lying houses – a four-bedroom main villa and a one-bedroom guesthouse. The buildings are set in a garden designed and laid out in 2008 by Philippe Niez, an eminent French gardener.
All the accommodation is simply yet elegantly decorated. There is a swimming pool and two small beaches just below the villa that are accessible by a private path. The main village, also called Antiparos, is a 15-minute drive away.
Main house: living-room; dining area; fully equipped kitchen; two double bedroom suites with en-suite bathrooms and private balconies; a single bedroom with en-suite bathroom; a family/children’s room sleeping four, with en-suite bathroom and its own terrace and outside dining area.
Guesthouse: one double bedroom; living-room with sofas that can double as two single beds; large bathroom; kitchenette; terrace and outside sitting/dining area.
For larger groups, Villa Petalida 1 and Guesthouse can be rented together with Villa Petalida 2, for a total of 20-22 guests.
- Landscaped Gardens
- Swimming Pool
- Direct Beach Access
2 x double bedroom suites with en-suite bathrooms and private balconies
1 x single bedroom with en-suite bathroom
1 x family/children’s room, sleeping four with en-suite bathroom and its own terrace and outside dining area
1 x double bedroom with a large bathroom
2 x single sofas in living room that can be converted to single beds
|8 May 2022 - 11 Jun 2022||Price on request|
|12 Jun 2022 - 9 Jul 2022||Price on request|
|10 Jul 2022 - 3 Sep 2022||Price on request|
|4 Sep 2022 - 10 Sep 2022||Price on request|
|11 Sep 2022 - 24 Sep 2022||Price on request|
|25 Sep 2022 - 8 Oct 2022||Price on request|
|9 Oct 2022 - 29 Oct 2022||Price on request|
Price per week available on request. 2 additional guests can be accommodated in single beds in guest house living room (13 guests total).
- TVs & DVD players
- Music system
- Air conditioning
- Ceiling fans in all bedrooms
- Mosquito nets in doors & windows
- High chairs, cots & booster seats
- Swimming pool 15 m x 9 m (49.05 ft. x 29.43 ft.) with an ample area for relaxing
- Extensive terraces
- Covered areas with pergolas for outside dining
- A stone BBQ and a wooden stove
- Poolside dining area
- Path which gives direct access to a small secluded sandy beach
- Cook service (preparing breakfast, lunch & dinner, cost of groceries not included)
- Pool & garden maintenance (gardener can also do the shopping)
- Vehicle rentals
- Airport transfers
- Helicopter transfers
- Yacht & boat charters
- Chef & Host services
- Massage & beauty treatments
- Activities & excursions
Villa Petalida is located on the southern-most peninsula of Antiparos, which has been designated as “an area of outstanding natural beauty” and is one of the most tranquil spots on the island. It has many small coves, all within easy walking distance and suitable for swimming. The villa is well positioned on a small hill overlooking the Aegean Sea and therefore enjoys panoramic views.
The island of Antiparos, located in the heart of the Cyclades Islands cluster, boasts immense natural beauty; the island abounds with golden sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and verdant landscapes of cedar trees.
It is also renowned for the cave of Antiparos – possibly the oldest cave in Greece – whose arched entrance is guarded by the picturesque 18th-century church of Agios loannis Spiliotis (St John of the Cave). An estimated 45-million-year-old stalagmite at the entrance is the oldest in Europe and guests can explore to around 100 metres deep to see more magnificent formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.